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Analytical and Segmental Muscular Strengthening of the Abdominal Muscles and the Thoracic Diaphragm

Analytical and Segmental Muscular Strengthening of the Abdominal Muscles and the Thoracic Diaphragm As created by: Guy Voyer, DO What: A three-day, hands-on, practical workshop that covers the abdominal muscles (obliques, transversus abdominis, pyramidalis and rectus abdominis) the thoracic diaphragm, and why these muscles need to be trained with respect to biomechanics. “These muscles are not only functional but aesthetically important, too!” Students will learn hundreds of potential exercises used specifically to target all the various parts of these muscles. Seminar Outline: ¥ technical analysis of the movements which are the basis of muscle strengthening ¥ learning to perfect the movement (progression factors) ¥ how to avoid injury with the appropriate preparation ¥ types of cool-downs for better recovery ¥ quality effort in terms of strength, volume, power, speed, resistance, endurance and fitness maintenance ¥ planning training sessions ¥ multiple strengthening methods ¥ muscular re-education programs ¥ sports preparation programs … Continue Reading

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Cancer Update from…Who the hells cares…it is good info!

AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY (‘TRY’, BEING THE KEY WORD) TO ELIMINATE CANCER, JOHNS HOPKINS IS FINALLY STARTING TO TELL YOU THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE WAY . Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins : 1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the cancer cells because they have not reached the detectable size. 2. Cancer cells occur between 6 to more than 10 times in a person’s lifetime. 3. When the person’s immune system is strong the cancer cells will be destroyed and prevented from multiplying and forming tumors. 4. When a person has cancer it indicates the … Continue Reading

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Antibiotics and Gastrointestinal Dysfunction!

Antibiotics create their damage in a number of different ways. This is a huge problem in our society as antibiotic use has been frantically prescribed for every infection and inflammation, particularly pediatric ear infection, bronchitis, and sore throat. Ironically, most of these infections are viral in nature, and not only are the antibiotics damaging, but they are ultimately unnecessary. Plain and simple, antibiotics should be considered a hospitalization level medicine and used only when bacteria have entered the blood, bone or organ! How do they create damage? 1. The first is by destroying beneficial bacteria. The small intestine and large intestine host over five hundred different kinds of beneficial bacteria. These bacteria perform hundreds of functions required for healthy metabolism and immune response. Through enzyme secretions, bacteria transform metabolic and microbial wastes (cellular debris, hormones, chemical wastes, bile, viral toxins, bacterial toxins, etc.) before they are discharged from the body. … Continue Reading

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Hypertenstion…..drugs are not workin!

Hypertension……drugs are not workin!

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Vegetarians and Low Fat Diets = High Cholesterol

Vegetarians and Low Fat Diets = High Cholesterol!

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Eating For Weight Loss: Part 1

Losing Weight This is the most asked question. Whatever your goals – to feel better, improve overall health or for weight reduction – it is a journey comprised of small steps. Remember to lose weight you must first be healthy – you do not become healthy by losing weight. Here is where I start to coach people who want to make a change. The first month do not make any food choice changes. Yes I really wrote that! Simply start by recognizing the reason we eat is to live. The act of eating and drinking is what makes our bodies operate. Without food and water we would eventually perish. The most important point to remember if your goal is weight loss is: the stomach is no larger than one hand. Lay your hand flat on a table – this is your plate size. Any more food than what fills your … Continue Reading

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Hypothyroidism: Is it really the thyroid?

Hypothyroidism: Is it really the thyroid?

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What is Gastritis?

What is Gastritis?

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What’s in YOUR Water?

What’s In Your Water? If you are reading this blog my guess is that you are already fairly clear on the idea that water is the most abundant and important substance on Earth and in the human body. We turn to water for healing (and feelings) in all dimensions of our lives-from hot tubs to hydrotherapy, from bathing to baptism, the mere sight of water, a mountain lake or ocean tide, can ease the pain of psychological wounds. In fact, pain of physical wounds is also healed through water. When we are injured our bloodstream carries repair substances to the injury site, 81% of which is water! When toxic substances make there way into our bodies, or urine (95% water) and our sweat (99% water) usually carries the toxins back out. I think you are catching my point, that in these, and countless other ways, water is fundamental to life. … Continue Reading

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Wholistic Living: The Original American Diet

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